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Handcrafted Rose Petals Bath Salts Recipe with Essential Oils

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This DIY rose petals bath salts recipe with essential oil is one of my favorites.

Making these homemade bath salts was fun, and soaking in them was even more fun.

Because floral bath salts contain petals and other big non-dissolvable particles, they can clog your drain.

So make sure you have a drain strainer to collect particles and throw them away instead of blocking your drain.

Also, if your drain leaks like mine, I found this drain stopper that keeps your bath water from leaking out.

So those are two things you might need to take baths, especially with homemade floral bath salts.

Let’s make a DIY rose petals bath salt you can soak in tonight.

Also, remember to scroll to the bottom of the page to print a copy of the recipe.

Let’s begin.

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How do you make DIY rose petals bath salts at home?

  • Normally I’d toss the ingredients in a bowl, mix it, and it’s done.
  • But I chose to blend the rose petals to get all the benefits of soaking in this bath salt.
  • Also, when the petals are broken into tiny pieces, it adds color and makes your rose bath soak even prettier.
  • But if you don’t have a blender, crush the petals in a zip bag or with your hands.
  • The plan is to get tiny pieces of rose petals to melt and turn your bath water light pink.
  • So it’s both for your skin’s benefit and aesthetic reasons. *wink*

Ingredients

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Tools

  • Blender
  • Measuring cups
  • Bowl and spoon
  • Mason jar with a lid

Directions to make DIY rose petals bath salts

  • First, bend your dried rose petals to break them into tiny bits.
  • Next, add one cup of plain Epsom salt to a bowl.
  • Followed by the ground rose petals and lavender essential oil.
  • Then mix until your ingredients are combined.
  • Your rose petals bath salts is ready for use.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page to print a copy of the rose petals bath salts recipe.

You may also love this Homemade Oatmeal Bath Milk With Rose And Lavender Buds.

DIY Rose petals bath salts recipe video

How to use your rose petals bath salts

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  • Add one cup of bath salts to your bath water.
  • That means you’d be using this whole bottle unless you prefer to use half of it.
  • Soak in the bath water for as long as you want or until the water isn’t as warm anymore.
  • Step out of the bathtub, and open the drain to let the water out.
  • Pat dry your body with a towel and apply moisturizer immediately to lock in moisture.

I used the handmade rose bath soak.

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Because I was writing this post and shooting a video tutorial, I couldn’t do my workout in the morning or afternoon.

So I finally did my workout in the evening before the kids went to bed.

And after they went to bed, I drew a bubble bath with the rose petals bath salts.

I also added bath and body works rose magnolia body wash to the bath water.

So I took a shower first before soaking in the rose petals bath.

It relieved my sore muscles from working out and also helped me relax after a busy day.

After I stepped out of the bath water, my skin was moisturized, looked brighter, and was lightly scented.

All in all, I’ll give this bath salt with rose petals a 10/10.

How to store the DIY rose petals bath salts.

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  • Scoop the rose bath salts into a mason jar and put the lid on.
  • Storing your DIY bath salts in an airtight container keeps them from moisture, helps retain the fragrance, and stays fresh for days.
  • So make sure the container is tightly lid.

How long do bath salts last?

Some homemade bath salts can last for months in an airtight container on your countertop.

But I prefer to make and use them within a few days or weeks.

Like this DIY orange bath salt, the orange peel turned brown after a few days.

Though it might still be safe for use, you wouldn’t like the look.

Also, after some time, the fragrance begins to fade off.

But do what works for you, as most of us don’t have time to make bath salts whenever we want to soak.

We prefer to pour the salts, run the water and soak in it.

So do what works for you.

What can I use if I don’t have bath salts?

If you don’t have Epsom salt to soak, you can use Himalayan pink salt.

Also, check out this Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub.

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DIY Rose Petals Bath Salts Recipe

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 1 minute
Active Time: 1 minute
Additional Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 1 minute
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: under $10
How To Make DIY Rose Petals Bath Salts At Home

Materials

  • 1 cup plain Epsom salt
  • 1/3 cup dried rose petals,
  • 10 drops of lavender essential oil

Tools

  • A blender
  • Measuring cups
  • A bowl and a spoon
  • 10 drops of lavender essential oil

Instructions

  1. First, bend your dried rose petals to break them into tiny bits.
  2. Next, add one cup of plain Epsom salt to a bowl.
  3. Followed by the ground rose petals and lavender essential oil.
  4. Then mix until your ingredients are combined.
  5. Your rose petals bath salts is ready for use.

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Conclusion

And that’s a simple DIY rose petals bath salts recipe to make and soak yourself today.

I hope you enjoyed this homemade bath salts tutorial.

What DIY skincare recipes would you love to see on this blog?

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